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Zimbabwe accelerates regional SMART border systems

January 30, 2019 • Breaking, Business Intelligence, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Events, Featured, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, Innovation, News, Software, Technology, Virtual RealityComments (0)

by NDABENI MLOTSHWA in Victoria Falls VICTORIA FALLS – ZIMBABWE, occupying a strategic geo-political position in Southern African trade routes, is utilising modern technologies to promote the SMART borders concept. Government and revenue officials said this was necessary considering the country is the gateway to the region’s North-South

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Piracy rears ugly head again after Tuku demise

January 30, 2019 • Breaking, Business Intelligence, Editors Note, Events, Exclusive, Featured, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, News, Security, Software, TechnologyComments (0)

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – ONE man’s death can be another man’s ticket to riches. The death of legendary Zimbabwean musician, Oliver Mtukudzi, and music pirates cashing in on his demise by selling

Zimbabwe hurts own economy with internet shutdown

January 30, 2019 • Business Intelligence, Companies, Events, Featured, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, Internet Banking, Mobile, Mobile Banking, News, Technology, TelecomsComments (0)

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – THE Zimbabwean government appears to have shot itself in the foot with the shutdown of the internet following violent protests. This comes amid estimations that the already dire economy

Liquid receives $180 million for network expansion

December 13, 2018 • Broadband, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Events, Featured, Finance & Banks, Finance and Banking, Mobile, News, Technology, TelecomsComments (0)

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – LIQUID Telecom is to expand its high-speed broadband connectivity to some underserved African communities following an investment of $180 million by CDC Group, the United Kingdom